The European Court for Human Rights recently ruled in favour of two of the Roma injured in the Moldava raid seven years ago. This is how the case unfolded over time.
The recently published verdict pertains to a notorious 2013 police raid in the eastern-Slovak town of Moldava nad Bodvou.
A volunteer for a Slovak NGO in Albania describes her interaction with a member of the Egyptian minority in Albania.
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The mother of the children from the quarantined settlement claims the police beat them.
PM Matovič called on them to take their masks, gloves and backpacks and rush in to quarantined settlements.
COVID-19 has so far been detected in 14 settlements, and there are more than a thousand such communities in Slovakia.
Several inhabitants from the enclosed settlements have meanwhile asked for being moved to state quarantine.
Five communities in three municipalities in Slovakia were closed due to fear of the coronavirus spreading.
Fears over intense spread in settlements.
The infection could spread uncontrollably in Roma settlements
The prosecutor can appeal the decision.
They want their voice to be heard against growing extremism.
Michaela Mudroňová from People in Need, talks about specific programs aimed at helping the long-term unemployed find work and establishing successful cooperation with businesses.
Pavel Hrica of Cesta von, offers a different way of looking at the poorest people - without prejudice, an overlooked burden changes into untapped potential.
Despite adopting measures to eliminate segregation, the EC considers the steps insufficient.
There are more shacks than six years ago, and 6 percent of citizens live without access to standard drinking water, the new Atlas of Roma Communities shows.
The bad news is not a true reflection of what is happening.